View pictures in App save up to 80% data. It is close to mine months since reporting of first case in the country. The outbreak of the novel Corona Virus has posed anumber of threats to the whole world.
Starting from the economic sector that has seen very many companies and factories closed. This has led to very many people to lose jobs thus exposing them to vulnerability.
The education sector is too one of the sector that forced all learning institutions to close for about seven months. This was as per the ministry of health's containment measures to curb the spread of the Virus.One of which was to ensure social distance,wearing of masks and most importantly to wait till the ministry of health flattens the curve.
Few weeks down the line Corona virus has been lowering down;the ministry of health reported that the curve was flattening. This brought hope to Kenyans as it proved how the country was able to manage the most dreadful virus that had defeated superior countries.
What Kenyans didn't know is that the Second wave was awaiting them. In period of three weeks,the infection has risen in a steadfast living very many people hospitalised and others succumbing to the virus.
Today Kenya has hit 70000 positive cases,while 1129 fatality toll. The worst of all Kenya has so far lost 30 medical practitioners who died on the duty trying to save human lives.
This has raised concerns from both KMPDU and KUCO.KMPDU has issued a 21 day strike notice if demands are not met. Failure to which they will down their tools after the notice expires on 6th December, 2020. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.
Some their demands are, PPEs, Comprehensive health cover and Compensation. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.
. They also want dedicated hospitals for healthcare workers. KUCO has claimed to have lost 4 members, 637 others infected View pictures in App save up to 80% data.
With this in mind Kenyans should be worried about the looming Nationwide strike by the Medics, as this will worsen the situation. Hence exposing majority of Kenyans to the disease.